"Where You Are (is Where I Wanna Be) Part 2" as written by Kyle Albert West and Donnell Jones....
I'm saying I'm sorry for leaving you
But I wanted to start my life brand new
I was going through changes and could not see
That with you is where I wanna be

Nothing compares to you
And I hurt from the pain that I put you through
Baby, I need you desperately
'Cuz I gotta be

Where you are, anywhere you are
It don't matter how far
Where you are, anywhere you are
It don't matter how far
Where you are, anywhere you are
It don't matter how far, where you are

Where you are, uh, huh, oh

Being apart got the best of me
And I know that in life, there's no guarantees
Please say that you still got love for me
'Cuz I'm missing home

I'm never gonna leave
And I say it because you're all I need
For better or worse, to the end of time
I gotta be

Where you are, anywhere you are
It don't matter how far
Where you are, anywhere you are
It don't matter how far
Where you are, anywhere you are
It don't matter how far, where you are

Where you are and where you are
Where you are, oh

I am sorry for all the things I put ya through
Baby, you are my world
I can't live my life without you

Can I come back home where I belong
'Cuz I'm so alone?
Baby girl, I'm on my knees, beggin' please
'Cuz with you is where I wanna be

Where you are, anywhere you are
It don't matter how far
Where you are, anywhere you are
It don't matter how far
Where you are, anywhere you are
It don't matter how far, where you are

I just wanna be where you are, baby




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"Where You Are (Is Where I Wanna Be), Pt. 2" as written by Kyle West Donnell Jones

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